Patricia Randolph’s Madravenspeak: Vote April 8 against violence toward nature and wildlife

31 Mar

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Please read and comment on Patrica’s latest column about the upcoming “Conservation Congress” elections on April 8th. These elections are our opportunity to vote against the increasing savagery that is taking over our state.

Patricia Randolph’s Madravenspeak: Vote April 8 against violence toward nature and wildlife  


5 responses to “Patricia Randolph’s Madravenspeak: Vote April 8 against violence toward nature and wildlife

  1. Suzanne Dunham

    March 31, 2013 at 10:44 am

    I live in Rock County and I am trying to find the delegates who are in the running, but so far I have not been able to find out. Do you know or could you tell me where I can go to find out. I do not want to vote for anyone who is against wildlife or the environment. I will be there on April 8 to put in my two cents. I sure hope we have a great turnout!

  2. Nancy Keiter

    March 31, 2013 at 12:53 pm

    Yesterday I stood in line in the store waiting to pay for my mealworms the last thing on my list two men were talking the one guy had a bird feeder in his hand he started talking about how he had to replace his bird feeder he gets bears and the one destroyed the bird feeder to get to the seed and the guy laughed and said he gets bears to he puts his bird feeders up so high that he needs to stand on tip toes and reaches up and can barely touched bottom he looked out the window one day and saw a big bear sitting underneath a bird feeder and it was so big its head was touching the bottom of the bird feeder they both laugh and I thought some men can enjoy nature while others want to destroy it and take it away from the rest of us. Last night at dusk I filled up the bird feeders the suet cakes crack corn peanuts apples and several other treats filled up the birdbath and the heated water bowls it took me four trips as night came the outside lights came on I quietly lifted the blind and looked out the window they’re were two dear one was eating a crack corn and one was stretched up eating the sunflower seeds out the bird feeder in between the two of them was a skunk nibbling on the treats that I gave them peacefully stand beside each other not having a care in the world just enjoying the treats later there was a groundhog and a possum the possum was sitting up with an apple between the paws eyes closed and enjoying the apple. Today is Easter Sunday I don’t go to church any more I don’t seem to find peace and hope when I’m there I find peace in nature I guess I’m more spiritual than I am religious even though I was raised Catholic and know how to pray the prayers and all about the Saints I enjoy nature as I looked out the window and watch the birds and my three crows coming to take their three peanuts each and the squirrel standing outside my sliding glass door waiting for me to hand him his peanut I wonder do any of them go to church both the men and women that kill the animals and torture them do they really know what the meaning of spirituality means do they get it .I felt a tear coming down my cheek as I thought of the animals caught in traps this morning and then your email came and you gave me hope that maybe this time next Easter the animals will be free to enjoy nature know that I can’t be there because I live in the state of Pennsylvania but my thoughts are with you and I will be praying that it will happen that you can stop these mean spirited people.

  3. Wolf is my Soul

    March 31, 2013 at 1:36 pm

    Reblogged this on Carinas space.

    • Diane

      March 31, 2013 at 8:38 pm

      Patricia, Excellent column…case presented very well…hope people get how important their vote is.

  4. rajaju

    April 3, 2013 at 3:09 pm

    Well Done Maven keep at them


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